The week on screen: “Bye bye 2022” and other reviews of the year

Jean-Philippe Angers, The Canadian Press

MONTREAL — Here is The Canadian Press television column for the week of December 24-30, 2022:

The eternal « Bye bye » and the other classic shows of December 31 will once again punctuate the last evening of 2022 for many Quebecers… or will be the subject for others of a catch-up once recovered from festivities with family or between friends.

It all starts in music with France Beaudoin. The secret remains until the start of the program « Live du Jour de l’An » since, again this year, the invited personalities will be « kidnapped ».

Philippe Laguë and his acolytes take over with « See you next year », the television version of the popular comedy radio show.

Of course, Jean-René Dufort and his accomplices MC Gilles and Chantal Lamarre follow and pose in « Infoman 2022 » their look at the great moments of 2022: the war in Ukraine, the Pope’s visit to Canada, the Quebec provincial elections, the tribulations of the British monarchy, inflation, etc.

François Bellefeuille, Pierre-Yves Roy-Desmarais, Patrick Huard, Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse and Guylaine Tremblay will form the core of “Bye bye 2022” performers, while personalities who have marked the year will enrich the cast. Simon Olivier Fecteau is once again leading the magazine of the year, along with other authors Suzie Bouchard, Julie Beausoleil, Maxime Caron, Philippe Gendron and Julien Tapp.

ICI Télé – “Live on New Year’s Day” – Saturday December 31 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday January 1 at 6:30 p.m.

“See You Next Year” – Saturday, December 31 at 8:30 p.m. and Monday, January 2 at 8:00 p.m.

“Infoman 2022” – Saturday December 31 at 10:00 p.m. and Sunday January 1 at 8:00 p.m.

“Bye Bye 2022” – Saturday December 31 at 11:00 p.m. and Sunday January 1 at 9:00 p.m.

“Behind the scenes at Bye Bye 2022” – Sunday January 1 at 12:30 a.m. and Monday January 2 at 7 p.m.

Journals presented by Isabelle Racicot and André Robitaille

Another magazine of the year established more recently, “Les dix de 2022” offers a portrait of ten outstanding personalities through reports and interviews.

For a third consecutive year, Isabelle Racicot invites viewers to get to know ten personalities better, some well known, others a little less, who made the headlines in 2022.

Among the personalities appearing on the list is singer Jeanick Fournier, for her perseverance and talent, who began the year anonymously and ended it being known across Canada following her victory at Canada’s Got Talent. There is also the cyclist Hugo Houle, who won a stage of the prestigious Tour de France, and dedicated his victory to his brother who died at the age of 19.

In addition, André Robitaille will host the seventh annual edition of « La revue culturelle », to bring to life the great moments of the last twelve months in various fields and give a tip of the hat to creators.

It will notably be a question of risk in artistic creation with Rébecca Déraspe, Catherine Gaudet and François Pérusse and of the impact of a prize in the life of an artist with Angèle Dubeau, Alain Farah and Hélène Florent.

“La revue culturelle” will celebrate the 80th anniversary of Edith Butler and Michel Tremblay and will visit the new Onhwa’ Lumina trail, created by Moment Factory in Wendake, in the company of Huron-Wendat artist Steeve Wadohandik Gros-Louis.

ICI Télé – “The ten of 2022” – Tuesday January 3 at 7 p.m.

“The Cultural Review 2022” – Friday January 6 at 9:00 p.m.

The “ice storm crisis”, 25 years ago

The « ice storm » is 25 years old, and the documentary « 35 days of darkness » offers a new incursion into this historic event in Quebec.

The documentary looks back on this ice storm that stretched for thirty-five long days, depriving thousands of Quebecers of electricity.

We find there certain figures who were at the forefront of the fight against the elements, people particularly affected and observers who look back on this exceptional winter episode.

VAT – Wednesday January 4 at 7:30 p.m.

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